The SIBO Diet for Crohn’s/IBS


http://www.siboinfo.com/uploads/5/4/8/4/5484269/sibo_specific_diet_food_guide_sept_2014.pdf

This link above is one of the best organized food lists that I have found on the internet so far.  I was looking for a menu style food list to state which foods are more likely to ferment in your body and which do the opposite.  I have been a bit too gassy lately, with a bubbly stomach and I was wondering what I was eating that was obviously fermenting in my gi tract. Something was not digesting fully and creating this bloating.

I have been eating potatoes lately and I have also added in almond yogurt that I found at the store.  Both of these are on the highly fermentable list.  The potatoes are very starchy and the yogurt has a bit too much sugar in it.  I was also drinking coconut milk and that was on the harmful side as well! Who knew!!

My goal is to use this list and focus on the left side where all of the low fermentable foods are. I hope to get myself back to a calm state again after experimenting with some new food choices.  I am already feeling different after stopping some of the new food choices that I was eating.

Many have asked me for safe food ideas or a summary of what I eat on a daily basis.  I too struggle to find foods that agree with me or not and I am always experimenting.  I hope that this pdf is super helpful to you!!

As always, please let me know if the changes you make give you some relief.  I am always interested to see what food changes do.  Thank you!

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5 thoughts on “The SIBO Diet for Crohn’s/IBS

  1. Does avoiding the high FODMAPS help decrease actual physical inflammation in the colon? Like, would that change in diet be seen in colonoscopy? I am juicing for everything but dinner and one whole food snack. I would like to make my dinners as Crohn’s safe as possible since I’m getting backed into an immunosuppresant corner.

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